Value in the Volumes of Verbosity
As part of the challenge I have read many wonderful blogs by others who are taking part. My favourite is probably Tale-Spinner. He started with the story of an apartment building blowing up and then each day worked through stories of the people in the building.
I have also read the blogs of many others who didn’t do so well.
Some struggled through and the posts got less and less interesting. Sometimes there were gaps, or just a photo. Sometimes there was a link to someone else’s blog. A few just petered out.
Sometimes life gets in the way of the goals we set and sometimes we just have to shift our focus for a while.
If we want to be happy, we have to be flexible. No matter how well we plan, things can change. Something becomes more difficult or causes more problems than we expect. Sometimes things happen to make our original goal unworkable.
Much of life’s anxiety is caused by thinking we should be somewhere else, doing something else, or even doing things a different way.
Life is not about having, or doing, the most. To truly enjoy life, we just have to accept where we are and value each moment, even, or maybe especially, when things don’t go to plan.
As I write this I am happy. I am happy because I love to write and I love to create. I am happy because I have successfully avoided having to clean house for a bit longer.
I am also happy because I am working on a goal. They say you have to write a hundred thousand words before you can become a good writer. I am getting closer to that goal.
I am also happy because I have learned that I can accept a challenge and keep going, … all the way through the alphabet.
I hope you have found reading this valuable too.